Depicts the history of the Bagotville base. Information on exhibits, tours and aircraft.
The site has pictures and stories of Canada's aircraft, aviators, and aviation industries from the First World War on up to the Space Shuttle. Located in Calgary, Alberta, near the international airport.
The British Columbia Aviation Museum is dedicated to preserving aircraft and artifacts related to the history of aviation in Canada, with emphasis on British Columbia aviation history. Located in Sidney, British Columbia, on the south east corner of Victoria International Airport.
An interesting and well designed site with good aircraft information. Located at Langley Airport, British Columbia.
Located in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario and dedicated to preserving the history of Bush Flying and Forest Protection in Canada.
A rich site with details and photos of the museum's excellent collection of military aircraft. Located in Mount Hope, Ontario.
The site represents Canada's second largest Aviation Museum and has descriptions of its facilities, as well as representative photos of its aircraft. Located in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
a not for profit, registered charity that is currently evolving out of the Edmonton Aviation Heritage Centre with the intent to collect, preserve, restore, research, and display the history of aviation in Alberta. Located in Edmonton, Alberta.
Official site recognizing the contributions of Canada's aviators, builders and administrators. Museum & collections are a part of the Reynolds-Alberta Museum in Wetaskiwin, between Edmonton and Red Deer, Alberta, Canada.
The site features many photos and much information about the museum as well as the recovery and restoration of the Halifax bomber NA337. Located in Trenton, Ontario.